Aamir Khan spoke yet again on the intolerance issue and said he would never leave India since he was born here and planned to die here.
Karan Johar entered into the intolerance debate, as he said democracy and freedom of expression were the biggest jokes in the world.
Pakistani ghazal singer Ghulam Ali said he had many offers to perform in India and was thankful for the love he had received from his Indian fans.
LAHORE: Bollywood actor Om Puri, who is in Pakistan these days as part of the International Film Festival organised by Rafi Peer Theatre Workshop (RPTW), vehemently criticised extremist elements within India.
Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan said that he felt it was normal for artists to express themselves and that a big deal should not be made out of the whole issue.
MUMBAI: A week after Aamir Khan spoke about growing intolerance in the country, Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan has come up in support of another Khan, saying one doesn’t need to prove his patriotism.
RAIPUR: Activists of Hindu extremist organization attacked the Argentinean field hockey team following India's 3-0 drubbing in their Hockey World League match, ARY News reports.